3D printer and Star Wars enthusiast Kirby Downey has knocked it out of the park with this awesome cutaway AT-AT model. Produced at 1:75 scale, the model has fifteen points of articulation and uses 560g of filament. It was printed over the course of 65 hours. Blimey.
So yeah, it’s not an easy build. Each component has to be printed separately and assembled by hand, but we think you’ll find it looks stunning when finished.
Check out more pics and a time-lapse video of the assembly process below.
Downloadable files for the AT-AT model are available on Downey’s MMF page.